The economic fallout on Russia of the Prigozhin revolt

The economic fallout on Russia of the Prigozhin revolt

After the Prigoshin uprising, the economy apparently returned to normal. But the increase in uncertainty about the country's stability will reduce domestic and foreign investments, making Russia increasingly crushed on the military-industrial development model as it was in the USSR

For days the whole world has been wondering about the causes of the half march on Moscow by Prigozhin and on the repercussions on the regime's power system Vladimir Putin. But what are the consequences of the rebellion of the Wagner Brigade on the economy of Russia? Apparently none. Everything seems to be back to normal. Russian prime minister Mikhail Mishustin gathered his people and made an assessment of the economic impact of the mercenary army's mutiny. In general, nothing shocking happened.

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